Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1903-12-18


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NOTES OF THE TURF. B. M. M. We have no opinion about the hatter and can decide nothing in such cases, being purely based on facts of which we have no knowledge. Watson, Toronto. Ont. Judge was l to 4 to show at Oakland, Nov. 28. Captain Gaston was out to show at New Orleans, Nov. 30. The latter bet was a draw. A. T., Chicago. As Monastic II. was beaten your wager lost. Erbacher, Davenport, la. Salvators record of a mile in 1:35 was made over the straight course at Monmouth Park, N. J. G. H. H., Chicago. There was no show betting against Maltster in race 43022 at New Orleans, Dec. 2. C. R., Chicago. We cannot Inform you. C. J. G., Chicago. Dundreary was even money to show. Word comes from the west that Pat Dunnes good breadwinner, Toah, died in shipment from Chicago to Frisco, and had to be buried en route. Arthur Redfern, accompanied by his parents, left New York for Los Angeles last Monday, where he is under contract to ride for "Joe" Yeager. Several other well-known jockeys are en route for Los Angeles. At the steeplechase meeting at Nice, which will begin on January 14, the large sum of 0,000 is added to the Grand Steeplechase, for which Eugene Leigh has several candidates. The race is a handicap.

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